The Phlebotomist is a vital member of the clinical laboratory team whose main function is to obtain patient’s blood specimens by performing venipunctures and capillaries for collection of minute quantities of blood.
- Introduction to Phlebotomy
- Medical Terminology
- Patient Preparation, Collection Techniques Processing
- Safety and Compliance Considerations
Criminal backgrounds may prevent individuals from obtaining certification.
- Criminal background checks are required (additional fee to student)
- Dates and times subject to change
- Uniform and medical exams are not included.
- Students must have a high school diploma or GED
- Medical Clearance, Laboratory Blood Work, PPD’s and Urine Drug Screen Are Required
- National Healthcareer Association: Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
Program Start Dates:
Room 106 – Tillis Building
- 2023 Daytime classes:
August 14 – September 20 & October 23 – November 17
- 2024 Daytime classes:
January 11 – February 17, March 18 – April 19 & May 22 – June 21
There are two payment options for your convenience; Payment plan and Pre-Pay.
The tuition includes the 45-hour instruction course and required externship for certification, exam fee, and resource materials.
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Salem Community College Campus
Tillis Building – Room 106
Nicole Wilson from Inspira Health and Theresa Covello from Salem Community College provides insight into jobs and careers in the medical field.